Monday, July 7, 2008

Preventing a site from Plagiarism

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Courtesy: http://www.copyscape.com/about.php, http://www.copyscape.com/prevent.php

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In defending your rights online against plagiarists, it's important to be both vigilant and proactive. These four easy steps should help protect your content from being stolen:

  • Check out: http://www.copyscape.com
  • Place a plagiarism warning banner on each of your pages to deter plagiarists from stealing your work.
  • Include copyright notices on each of your pages to assert ownership over your content (© is © in HTML).
  • Use the automatic Copysentry service to detect and identify illegal copies of your content as they appear.
  • If your content has been copied without permission, take immediate steps to have it removed.

Services Provided by copyscape.com:

Free Services

Copyscape    The free Copyscape service makes it easy to find copies of your content on the Web. Simply type in the address of your web page, and Copyscape

does the rest. Copyscape finds sites that have copied your content without permission, as well as those that have quoted you.

Banners    Place free Copyscape Banners on your website to warn potential plagiarists against stealing your content. Available in multiple colors and sizes.

Resources    Copyscape offers free information on plagiarism and the Copyscape Forum for discussion.

Professional Services

Professional Services

Premium    Copyscape Premium provides more powerful searching than the free service with no monthly limit. You may also search for copies of your offline

content by copying and pasting the text.

Copysentry    Copysentry provides ongoing protection for your entire website, monitoring the web automatically and alerting you to new copies of your

content.

Both services include integrated case tracking to manage your responses to multiple instances of plagiarism.

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